By Jane Zoppas Ferreira (auth.), Andréa Moura Bernardes, Marco Antônio Siqueira Rodrigues, Jane Zoppas Ferreira (eds.)
This booklet provides novel ideas to guage electrodialysis tactics, to synthesize ionic membranes and to represent their houses. It exhibits the aptitude use of membrane technique to the remedy of effluents generated in lots of commercial sectors reminiscent of refineries, leather-based industries, mining and electroplating strategies. The ebook is predicated at the effects acquired by means of the author's examine workforce in past times decade. it really is worthy for college kids, researchers and engineers drawn to membrane applied sciences for water reuse.
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30 L. Marder and V. 2 Gravitational Convection Gravitational convection occurs as the force of gravity acts on a fluid in which a density gradient is present. In the case of ion selective membranes, concentration gradients are formed near the membrane when the concentration polarization occurs and the concentration of ions in the diffusion boundary layer is lower compared to the concentration within the solution. This corresponds to a high strength and can lead to the production of Joule heating and the formation of temperature gradients near the membrane.
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